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2 Posts authored by: MikeFraietta

You collect a bit of Jive SWAG having been an employee, customer and now partner of Jive Software. From the first time I experienced Brewspace, Jive's internal community, I knew the industrial, cog-like employment methods would be rapidly overturned. Some call me a fanboy, but the truth is that I just want to help expedite that disruption in any way that I can.


[If you're reading this in an email, you may be missing my grainy video blog]



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2009-2010: Jive employee via Filtrbox

2010-2012: Jive customer with News Corporation

2013: Jive partner with Social Edge Consulting

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